If you had to do it over again, where would you go? I am a little surprised to read this, particularly because one can sense the nostalgia when you post about your Oxford years....
Maybe some hotshot law school--something where I could make some money, anyway.
As it was, I found myself at age 31 superbly educated and all but unemployable thanks to the oversaturation of the academic job market courtesy of the exuberant overproduction of Ph.D.s by the graduate faculties in liberal arts. I still feel pretty bitter about it to this day. Yes, I enjoyed my two years at Oxford. Nonetheless, it's scant consolation to have been a Greats man and to be able to read Sophocles and Tacitus in the original when keeping your car operational and insured is a real financial hassle. Things aren't quite so bad for me these days, but I had some very lean and bitter years after being cast out of the groves of academe.
At one time, a familiarity with the classics was the mark of every educated gentleman, but there are very few people that I know today with whom I can discuss such matters with any degree of comprehension on their part. In all, I regard my education as pretty much a total waste!